|The Places Where Women Made History Travel Itinerary was produced by the National Park Service,
U.S. Department of the Interior, in cooperation with the National Conference
of State Historic Preservation Officers, the Massachusetts Historical Commission, and the New York Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation. It was created under the direction
of Carol D. Shull, Keeper of the National Register of Historic Places,
National Park Service, Beth L. Savage, Publications Director, and overseen by Patrick Andrus, Heritage Tourism Director. The Places Where Women Made History Travel Itinerary is based on information in the files of the
National Register and National Historic Landmarks. These materials are kept at 800 North Capitol St., Washington,
D.C., and are open to the public from 9:00am to 4:00pm, Monday through
Property descriptions were written by Alexis Abernathy, Nathan Poe, and Sarah Pope of the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers (NCSHPO), National Council for Preservation Education interns Karen Van Gilder and Frederick MacVaugh, James Jenks, Volunteer in the Parks, and Robert Sandoval, George Mason University Masters Intern. Property information was provided by the Massachusetts and New York State Historic Preservation Offices. The guide was designed by Nathan Poe and Mark Oviatt also of NCSHPO; with the assistance of Karen Van Gilder (NCPE).
Contextual essays were written by Carol D. Shull; Dr. Mary Hoffschweilie, Professor of History, Middle Tennessee State University; Dr. Barbara Melosh, Professor of English, George Mason University; Dr. Robyn Muncy, Associate Professor of History, University of Maryland--College Park, and Mary Ruthsdotter, Projects Director, National Women's History Project.
Thank you to all of the individuals, organizations and institutions who provided invaluable information, photographs, and time. Finally, special thanks to Laura Feller, National Park Service; Mary Ruthsdotter, National Women's History Project; Phillip Bergen, Massachusetts State Historic Preservation Office; Sarah Burks, Cambridge Historical Society; Dick Cook, and Maggie Torres-Wilking, National Park Service; for your enthusiasm, advice, and willingness to go the extra mile.